Top 2014 DT Andrew Brown Prospect Profile
Andrew Brown is a five star defensive tackle out of Oscar Smith High School (Chesapeake, Virginia). He is a vicious pass rusher on the outside edge. He has a way of intimidating his opponent into submitting, and is one of many great football prospects in the 2014 class from Virginia. He reminds me a bit of Mario Williams in the way he can press down on the quarterback, but has decent run defense instincts as well. Brown never gives up on the play either, so many plays will end with him chasing a quarterback into a sack, or at least forcing an off balance throw.
The first play of the highlight reel below shows you what he is capable of doing to a quarterback. The sack (:13) is the one of many that he had last year.
The defensive tackle measures in at 6-foot-4 and 292 pounds. He has offers from Clemson, Michigan, Georgia Tech, Florida, and Virginia among other suitors as well. As a former Virginia resident, I hope for the Cavaliers sake that he goes to Virginia, because they could surely use his help in their run defense. Seems like Brown could end up in the ACC, but I”m sure some SEC schools will make a push for him next year. Brown honestly has the talent to succeed anywhere he wants to play.
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